The pieces in this series of orbs are all named after Semi Precious Gem Stones. Type your paragraph here.
Digital painting, printed out, photographed with cowrie shells, feathers, hand stamped pieces of paper, and scrapes of other pieces of my art. Scanned and digitally manipulated.
I also love that they are Optical Illusions. From a distance they are Abstract designs floating on a black background. It's only when you get up close to them that you can see that they are made of 1000's of women dancing, 1000's men making music on the steps of a building. A 100 images of a "Hipster" looking into the sun.
Again, like music - Art cannot be static.
Architecture and Geometry. Egyptian, Moorish, Greek, Mayan, African, and Modern Architecture Moorish and Mediterranean Tilework. African Wax Fabrics. Native American Dance Regalia. Tie Dye, and Batik.
Architecture and Geometry
I go to Pow Wows when ever I can. This series is inspired by some of the Regalia, the "Roaches" worn on the end of the female dancer's braides. And the forehead of the male dancers.
At times I wasn't living in a space where I could set up my drafting table, spread out, have much space to do my art. So I started playing with Digital Art programs. Using my own hand drawn art, I started "remixing" it digitally for fun. Kind of the way I had done "cover tunes" of other people's music during my music career. paragraph here.
The Music of Spheres:
One of the things I am enjoying the most my digital work is that they are High Resolution and can be printed out anywhere from 26 to 100 inches in size.